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An 18 million year record of vegetation and climate change in northwestern Canada and Alaska: tectonic and global climatic correlates
Abstract We reconstruct long-term vegetation/paleoclimatic trends, spanning the last 18 million years, in Alaska, Yukon and far western Northwest Territories. Twenty-one average percentage spectraExpand
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Multidisciplinary Investigations of Alpine Ice Patches in Southwest Yukon, Canada: Paleoenvironmental and Paleobiological Investigations
Since the discovery of dung-rich alpine ice patches in southwest Yukon in 1997, continuing multidisciplinary studies have provided a unique window on the biology, climate, and hunting activity inExpand
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Ethnographic and Archaeological Investigations of Alpine Ice Patches in Southwest Yukon, Canada
Since the original 1997 discovery of ancient hunting implements in melting alpine ice patches of southern Yukon, approximately 146 well-preserved, organic artifacts have been recovered. Most of theExpand
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Postglacial viability and colonization in North America’s ice-free corridor
During the Last Glacial Maximum, continental ice sheets isolated Beringia (northeast Siberia and northwest North America) from unglaciated North America. By around 15 to 14 thousand calibratedExpand
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Late pleistocene chronology of glacial lake old crow and the north-west margin of the laurentide ice sheet
Late Pleistocene advances of the Laurentide Ice Sheet in the northern Cordillera diverted westward the regional preglacial arctic drainage of the Porcupine River, northern Yukon, Canada. GlacialExpand
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Dating Early and Middle (Reid) Pleistocene Glaciations in Central Yukon by Tephrochronology
Abstract The late Cenozoic deposits of central Yukon contain numerous distal tephra beds, derived from vents in the Wrangell Mountains and Aleutian arc–Alaska Peninsula region. We use a few of theseExpand
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Holocene paleohydrology of central Alberta: testing the general-circulation-model climate simulations
Paleoecological investigations of 28 lakes and bogs provide the basis for a Holocene paleohydrological record for central Alberta. Shallow basins, empty during the early Holocene, began floodingExpand
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New Spruce ( Picea spp.) Macrofossils from Yukon Territory: Implications for Late Pleistocene Refugia in Eastern Beringia
New radiocarbon-dated plant macrofossils provide evidence for black spruce ( Picea mariana ) and white spruce ( Picea glauca ) within the unglaciated Yukon Territory at the onset of glacialExpand
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The Late Quaternary palaeoenvironmental history of a presently deep freshwater lake in east-central Alberta, Canada and palaeoclimate implications
Abstract The palaeoenvironmental history of Moore Lake, Alberta, Canada (54°30′N; 110°30′W) has been investigated through analysis of pollen, diatoms, total chrysophyte stomatocysts, and sedimentaryExpand
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Geoarchaeological context of late Pleistocene and early Holocene occupation at the Cooper's Ferry site, western Idaho, USA
Archaeological excavations at the Cooper's Ferry site (10IH73), located in the lower Salmon River canyon of western Idaho, revealed a stratified sequence of cultural occupations that included a pitExpand
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